Fears grow that implementation of Part L changes may be pushed back by six months to April 2014
Now that we might be building primary schools again, what are the costs?
It’s a week of drama again for construction, full of joyous celebrations, a race to get a document ready, a wandering fox and both a reality TV star and our esteemed chancellor working up a sweat
The country’s planning policies, which thwart development, hinder the supply of new homes
How easements - rights that people who don’t own the land can exercise on it - can hold up a development
The idea of adjudication is that it has no bearing on any subsequent litigation or arbitration, but in this case a clever argument tried to get around that principle